Terrelle Pryor may have spent time as the Oakland Raiders starting quarterback in 2013 but that does not guarantee him a spot on the team in 2014.
“It’s very clear Pryor doesn’t have a future as a QB here,” wrote beat reporter Scott Bair of CSN Bay Area.
Just 24 it’s hard to imagine that there won’t be interest in Pryor should he hit free agency. Signed at a low price he could reward a team for his size and ability.
Pryor finished 2013 completing 57.4 percent of his passes for 1,798 yards with seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions.